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NFL Draft 2020: You Get a WR, You Get A WR, Everybody Get's a WR


CeeDee Lamb NFL Draft

WR, Oklahoma

CONF Big 12 JERSEY #2 CLASS Junior

HT 6'2" WT 189 lbs

Recruiting Stars ****

Sweet feet at the LOS Some Sauce (Elusive) Willing blocker despite smaller frame

CeeDee Lamb is regarded as possibly the number 1 wide-receiver prospect in this year’s draft class. He has excellent hands combined with the ability to go and get the ball in tough situations by aggressively attacking the catch point.

Lamb is very elusive with the ball in his hands and a willing blocker. The one area he could make improvements is in his route running. Some scouts believe that Lamb dominated because of a lack of competent defenses in the Big 12 Conference.

Regardless, Lamb is a competitor, and he possesses the tools necessary to be a day one starter in the NFL.


WR, Colorado

CONF Pac-12 - South JERSEY #2 CLASS Junior HT 6'2" DOB 10/05/1998 WT 220 lbs

Recruiting Stars ***

At 6’2 and 220lbs, Laviska Shenault is a physical player who has running back qualities that appear after the catch. He has strong hands that help him win contested catches.

Shenault is one of the most exciting prospects in this class. His ceiling is high, and if drafted into the right system, he can make a year one impact. His physical stature, field vision, physicality, and elusiveness make him a threat from anywhere on the field.

If Shenault can improve as a route runner he will then possess all the tools needed to have a lasting career in the NFL.


Jalen Reagor NFL Draft


CONF Big 12 JERSEY #1 CLASS Junior

HT 5'11" DOB 01/01/1999 WT 195 lbs

Recruiting Stars****

Fast is an understatement when discussing Jalen Reagor! He is blazing fast! Reagor is a vertical threat but (per Brandon Lundberg) also has some Deebo Samuel qualities as a runner making him one of the more crafty receivers in the 2020 NFL Draft cycle. He might be the best at tracking the deep ball in the draft.

Reagor ran limited routes in a limited offense at TCU. He's not the best blocker either and does deal with concentration drops. I believe the best is yet to come with this prospect, and if he is the next Deebo Samuel, he will have a long term place in the NFL.


WR, Alabama


HT 6'0" DOB 01/23/1999 WT 190 lbs

Recruiting Stars ****

Ruggs's speed will open up any offense and put pressure on defenses forcing them to account for him over the top. Rugg's is a game-changing vertical threat who is also great on crossers and mesh routes.

Ruggs can be as physical as he is fast, and is an ascending player who can grow his game. Ruggs shows good body control and strong hands, especially when in a high point situation or in tight coverage where he may need to battle for a contested ball.

Ruggs can use some route refinement in the long term. This game-breaking prospect can make an immediate impact!


Tee Higgins NFL Draft

WR, Clemson

CONF Atlantic Coast - Atlantic JERSEY #5 CLASS Junior HT 6'4" DOB -- WT 215 lbs

Recruiting Stars*****

Tee Higgins is the prospect you think of when you hear the phrase "jumps out of the gym". Standing at 6’4 and weighing 215lbs, Higgins is a jump ball artist. He can win the contested catch and stretch a defense vertically.

Higgins has above average quickness off the line of scrimmage and enough speed to be an elite NFL player but appears to lack a second gear.

Where Higgins can improve his game is at the line of scrimmage vs. press coverage. Regardless, as of today, he is one of the top 5 best WR's in this very deep WR draft class.


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